Biotech China 2014
Toll-like receptors - Investigating innate immunity & infection
BioPark Hertfordshire
Broadwater Road,Welwyn Garden City, , Hertfordshire AL7 3AX
Hertfordshire, mm
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" The innate immune system employs pattern recognition receptors in order to identify pathogen associated motifs or signatures. The main family of pattern recognition receptors are the Toll-like receptor family. Members of the TLR family are able to sense a wide range of motifs and trigger innate immune responses. The meeting will bring together experts in the field of innate immunity covering different members of the TLR family as well as different microbial ligands."

Schedule of Presentations:

Tuesday, September 25, 2007
09:00:00 Registration - Tea/Coffee
09:45:00 Introduction by the Chair
10:30:00 Molecular mechanism and crosstalk in the Toll-like receptor signalling pathways -
11:00:00 Morning Tea/Coffee and Poster Viewing Gerhard Wagner, Michael Carty, Nino Porakishvili, Neil Gow, Martha Triantafilou, Erwin F Wagner, Dirk Werling, Sandra Diebold, Nicholas Gay, Kathy Triantafilou
11:30:00 Analysis of innate immune responses induced via TLR7 and TLR8 activation
12:00:00 Toll-like receptor-mediated viral recognition
12:30:00 Group and speakers photo and then*Tour of the BioPark
13:00:00 Lunch and Poster Viewing
14:00:00 Toll-like receptors in adaptive immunity
14:30:00 TLRs in non-biomedical research animals
15:00:00 Afternoon Tea/Coffee and Last Poster Viewing
15:30:00 SARM as a Negative regulator of TRIF dependent Toll like receptor signalling
16:00:00 The DNA sugar backbone 2’ deoxyribose determine Toll-like receptor 9 activation
16:30:00 Chairman’s summing up & close.
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